Mike’s been pretty prolific the last couple of days. Hopefully I get my act together and post blogs about these books soon! GreyWolf announces his World Cult Watch radio show Sunday night will have. by Lawrence Wright All of the traveling and weekends away mean I’ve been able to read a lot (yay!) Debunking Military Lies Part 5: The Not So Great “Battle of Cape Lookout”, Scientology Fair Game: Be Prepared, Predictability is on Your Side – Penny Mixhau | Writer, Strategic Activism 2: Applied Asymmetry and the Guardian’s Office, Scientology Fair Game: Then and Now – Penny Mixhau | Writer, Strategic Activism: Fighting Scientology Asymmetrically, Part 1, Nxivm’s Super Kids Program vs. Scientology Applied Scholastics – Frank Report, Nxivm’s Super Kids Program vs. Scientology Applied Scholastics. I think those books, What Is Wrong With Scientology? For the record, while the site admins make every effort to be non-judgemental, that doesn’t mean we’re unbiased. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! But at twenty-two, Jenna made a daring break, risking everything she had ever known and loved to leave Scientology once and for all. In Australia last night 60 Minutes ran a story on Jenna Miscavige Hill’s titled Inside Scientology. and The Scientology Reformation, will help prepare folks mentally and emotionally for what is coming. by Jenna Miscaviage Hill Mostly the C-listers, but Kirstie, Anne Archer and others a bit nearer the top of the list are not there. Her book is Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and my Harrowing Escape (DB 76369). 22 million people in the metro area served by the Org and they are unlikely to have gotten more than a few dozen to show. The prose is more purple, the promises are more extravagant, and the testimonials are more over the top than ever before. Click here to visit the CLP LBPH News page! But there are other private event venues that are also extremely competitive versus hotels, but which are a lot nicer than a high school auditorium. He also explains how dianetics can be used by individuals to better understand themselves and live happier, more successful lives. Scientologists: We understand that you don’t want to ruin your case by accidentally looking at the OTIII materials, and we respect that. 2013. THis helped her in the beginning to get some s I chose this book because a friend of mine on Goodreads … Author: Jenna Miscavige Hill blog/@twitter/instagram/web. It has nothing to do with concern for my book sales. Wright will be followed by the far less influential, but likely as scandalous, book by Jenna Miscavige Hill. Demolishing absurdity under an avalanche of logic and reason. Some news outlets have reported that Lawrence Wright’s book about Scientology (Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief) is going to have an initial print run of 150,000 copies. Which should I read first? She says, “I can’t believe people still buy any of this BS about ‘discovery’ of ‘lost tech.’ It’s just such an obvious and blatant money making scheme.”  While this is probably obvious to the readership of this blog, it’s nice to see somebody from the gene pool point this out. A sampling of books that I’ve finished recently and have yet to blog about include: The Interestings by Meg Wolitzer, Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews, and Fun Home by Alison Bechdel. As the niece of the Church of Scientology’s leader David Miscavige, she grew up at the center of this highly controversial and powerful organization. Details celebrities who joined, their rise within the organization, and their endorsement of Scientology. Described by Amazon.com as; Jenna Miscavige Hill niece of Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige, was raised as a Scientologist but left the controversial religion in 2005. Beyond Belief by Jenna Miscavige Hill was a roller coaster of a read. There was one belief system that I knew absolutely nothing about, partly because I don’t think I have any friends who practice it, but mostly because information about the religion is heavily shielded on the internet.